INCORPORATING THE ROYAL GAZE'iI' (Establshed 1828) and THE BERMUDA COLONIST (Established 1866)
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VOL. 14-NO. 191
HAMILTON, BERMUDA, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 14, 1929
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In the Musical Times for Ju
there is an advertisement for E
organist for St. John's. Pembrok
at a salary of f200 a year, wit
extras estimated at 50 yearl
Applicants are to be forwarded I
the present organist, Mr. H. Whee
er at his English address.
Since Mr. Wheeler is contend
plating producing several opern
next season, it is probable that h
wishes to be relieved of his church
work in order to devote all hi
time to the operatic company.
The proposed extension of th
High School for girls should go fa
to remedy a defect that has lon;
been evident at this excellent in
stitution. The increase in pupil!
has been so rapid that not onl3
was the staff overworked, but there
was insufficient rooms for the classes
The new building, it is hoped, wil
be ready for use very shortly.
From time to time correspon-
dents are kind enough to send us
clippings from newspapers intend-
ed for publication in the Royal
Gazette and Colonist Daily. When
the subject is of general interest,
we gladly find space but can only
do so if the name of the newspaper
is given so that we can acknowledge
the source of information.
When the complete newspaper
itself is sent correspondents would
greatly oblige by marking plainly
the article intended for reproduc-
Rain yesterday sadly interfered
with the daily round of.sight-see-
ing generally enjoyed by visitors.
.Iowever, the improved attrac-
tions at hotels enabled guests to
spend the day indoors without the
boredom that marked the days
when the only asset we possessed
WVell-arrange4 -bridge tiourna-
4ients, good musical programmes
and social, enteitilamrent helped
t.o comiperiata for' the in'cltillent
Yesterday, a workman engaged at
the quarry in Hamilton Parish, had
the misfortune to get his fingers
crushed severely in a crane he was
working. IHe was taken to the
hospital where he received every
care and attention.
It was probably news of this un-
fortunate accident that gave rise
to several rumours regarding run-
These rumours varied from minor
side-slips to terrible catastrophes
according to the gifted imagina-
tion of the raconteurs.
WANTED -General Servant (Portu-
guese) for small family in Paget
East. Write Box 9355, Bermuda
WANTED.-Steward. Apply in writ-
ing, giving references, Salary, and
date available. Write Box 9496,
9496tm.ei. tb s17.
WOMAN WANTED (West Indian.i-
For light laundry work and house-
cleaning from 8 a.m. to 12 noon,
four days a week. Phone 244 or
apply "Rochterre.," Paget.
WANTEDand FOR SALE
FOR' SALE.-on Pitts Bay Road,
Building Lot, overlooking the har-
bour, near the Hotel Bermudiana.
Box 1234, Bermuda Press.
WANTED-Large Morays and Fancy
Fish, alive and In perfect condition.
Charles H. Jones, Angel's Grotto,
near Darrel's Wharf, Warwick East.
FOR SALE.-Mahogany Typewriter
Desk. Excellent' Condition. Price
16. 10. 0. Apply '. A. Gibbons,
Aeid Hail Building, Hamitoan.
MRS. GROSVENOR TUCKER
Houses for rent, furnished and
unfurnished. Land for sale.
NEW WBSTBURY, Richmond Road.
Cables "Teucre" Phone 287
For Rent or Sale
GRAY REAL ESTATE AGENCY
Telephone Bldg. Reid Street
I Tel. 573 Cable "Houses"
Belmont Swimming Pool
OPENING POSTPONED UNTIL
Yesterday afternoon there. was
Little prospect of fine weather for
the evening that the management
of theu. Belmont Manor wisely de-
cided 1o postpone it until this even-
ing. *i- f*
By 'dihe courtesy of Major Mur-
cloch. the B.A.A. members taking
part in the swimming carnival were
quickly .ominunicated with, and
the programme will be carried out
tonight should the weather prove
4fter the carnival the usual
dance and entertainment will take
place until 12.30 and special boats
are provided for guests from Ham-
Th.? usuall w-'ekly swimn for B.A.A.
Juniors a, ihe Princess Pool has
l-.oon ( ca ncellrl for today owing to
thie wa-,:,r carnival at the Belmont
Manor tonight. The usual weekly
meeting will take place next Wed-
B.V.R.C. Military Baud
To a much larger audience than
on previous occasions, the Mili-
tary band of the B.V.R.O., with
kind permission of Major k.rC. Earl
and officers. gave another of their
delightful programmes at Elbow
Beach on Monday evening last.
Fortunately the rain held off.
During the evening there were
many requests for Canadian music.
One item on the programme
"The Bells of St. Mary" was ex-
, tremely well received, the cornet
solo was played by L./Cpl. G.. Out-
bridgp, and appealed greatly to the
listruars. *thp player boing con-
gratulated'oh his fine performance.
The band have been asked to give
it on Thursday evening next at the tc
Hamnil-on Roof Garden., s
A eaphoniium solo by A. Booth ti
was also mitch appreciated. Judg- a:
ing by the number of requests t]
American fantasies are very :)pou-
lar. The band will endeavour to A
comply with these requests as soon
as they can.
Berm -- -da Rotary- Club o
Bermuda Rotary Clb
INTERESTING ADDRESS TODAY
The usual weekly luncheon meet-
ing of the Rotary Club will take
place today' at 12.30 at the Hamil-
ton Hotel when the chief speaker
will be Captain Busch, R.E.
. Kis subject. will be the -unusually
interesting one of his experiences
with the Foreign Legion and life in
Daily Communications List
The St. George's wireless station
is in cortnunicatiod with the fol-
lowing ships: -M.s; Bermuda'
bound for New York; S.s. Orbita,
Bermluda; S.s. Lady Drake, St.
Kitts; S.s. ,Jamaica Planter, Rot-
terdam; S.s. Jolefassio, Houstbn;
S.s. Salvia, New York;,S.s. Queen
rfaeve, Baytown; S.s. Canadian
Seigneur, Montreal; S.s. Viborg, St.
Thomas; S.s. Balfe, New York; S.s.
Cristales, Rotterdam; S.s. Titania,
Buenos Aires; R.F.A. Serbol, Trin-
idad; S.s. Arthur V. Sewall, Trin-
idad, S.s. San Querino, New Or-
leans; S.s. Scythia, United Kingdoml
S.s. Coronado, Kingston, Jamaica;
S.s. Aquitania,New York; S.s. Olym-
pic, U.K.; S.s, Minnesota, U.K.;
S.s. .Lapland, U.K.; S.s. Adriatic,
U.K.; S.s. Homeric, New York;
S.s. Bergenland-, S.s. Iowa, Harve;
S.s. Caprcorso; S.s. Onphale, S.s.
Loch Kathrine; S.s. Sonderborg.
All rooms are luxuriously furnished
as combination bed-chamber and
sitting room. Modern tiled bathk-
room with every bed-room; abund-
ant supply of hot and cold fresh
water for bathing purposes. Twelve
acres ot most beautiful private
grounds and gardens. Vegetables.
Milk and new laid Eggs from our
own Farm. Super-b cuisine,
Summer Rates. Telephone 5554-
"A GIRDLE ROUND ABOUT THE EARTH"
THE HAGUE CONFERENCE
Prime Minister Cables Limit of Burden Has Been Reached
by Great Britain. Dominions Endorse Stand by
THE EASTERN CRISIS
Serious Situation at Seized Railway. Sabotage and Arson
Beyond Coatrdl of Local Forces
MacDonald Confers With Leading Financiers of England
Canada Experiences Earth Shocks English
Aviators Lead in Round Europe ,Flight -
Jamboree Ends. Boy Scouts the Future
Ambassadors of Peace-British
Export Trade Improves-Zepp
Ready for Second Leg of
THE HAGUE CONFERENCE
Lloyd George Approve;'
London, Aug. 12.-The Express
today quotes David Lloyd George as
saying, "'I fully approve of the stand
akenby Rt. Hon. Philip Snowden,
nd hope and am firmly convinced
iat lie will stick toit."
action Postponed on British Pro-
The Hague, Aug. 12.-The Finan-
.al Committee of the, Conference
n Reparations Adjustment again
averted temporarily today the crisis
which faced it withactionon British
roposalsfor restriction of theYoung
lan. The committee met, today,
ut adjourned soon afterwards
until Wednesday without taking
ny action on the resolution for
vision of the Young plan which
1t. Hon. Philip Snowden put before
England Reaches Limit of Inequit-
The Hagtie, Aug. 12.-Right Hon.
Philip Snowden,British Chancellor
of the Exchequer, today made
public the text of a cablegram re-
ceived by him from Ramsay Mac-
Donald, British Premier, endorsing
his stand at the Reparations Con-
ference here. The cablegram said.
"The Financial Committee (of the
Reparations Conference) will make
a most serious mistake and may
wreck immediate prospects of
settlements unless they under-
stand quite finally that the ex-
perts report (that adopted at Paris
embodying the Young plan) re-
.quires readjustment to meet the
just claims of this country. Ir-
respective of party or section the
country supports the case you have
made. Every newspaper as far as I
have seen backs you. All parties
in the House of Commons stand
by you. I hope most, sincerely
your colleagues' on the Financial
Committee will see that tlheyhave to
face a position when the most
elementary consideration of fair
play as between country and country
compel reconsideration of some of
the recommendations of the ex-
perts report. Our action hitherto
in promoting settlement of Europe
on a basis of good will is prdo we
wish this Conference to succeed,
both on its policy and its financial
sides, but we have reached the
limits of inequitable burden-bear-
f Australian Comment
Sydney, Australia, Aug. 12.-
Commending Right Hon. Philip
Snowden for his stand at the Hague
.Conference on Reparations, the
Sydney Sun today says Great Bri-
tain. in its war debts and repara-
tions dealing, has shown a magna-
nimity which has obviously been
misunderstood. "No sooner had the
Dawes Plan begun to operate than
another American financial genius
Invents means for making it lighter
for Germany andharder for Britain"
says the Sun. The newspaper coin-
pares the absence of unemploy-
ment in France and Italy with the
and concludes Britain is already
South Africa's View
Durban, Natal Aug. 1,.-The
Mercury, in editorial comment
on the Hague Conferenpe, says
Right Hon. Philip Snowden has
interpreted British feeling on re-
parations much more successfully
than he attempted to define British
opinion on Imperial Preference. It
says. "Mr. Snowden has not gone,
to the Hague to exhibit again
Great Britian's nobility of soul.
but to require that they shall
leave the conference as he proposes
as no attempt has been made to
meet his altogether reasonable re-
SERIOUS SABOTAGE ON SEIZED
London, Aug. 12.-A Harbin des-
patch to the Daily Mail today said
I sabotage and arson had become so
serious on the seized 'Chinese Eas-
ternRailway aid near it, that police
and fire brigades could not cope
with the situation. Property worth
more than 100,000 was burned on
FINANCIERS AND PREMIER CON-
London,, Aug. 1.-The meeting
on Saturday in Edinburgh between
Thomas W. Lamont, of J. P. Morgan
and Company, Governor Norman
of the Bank of, England and the
Prime Minister aroused consider-
able interest here especially since
no official explanation was forth-
coming. Somequarters attributed
the meeting to the fact that the
reparations problem now being
discussed at the Hague signifies
the creation of an international
bank to receive the enormous
sums involved so as to control
transfer of payments between the
EARTH TREMOR IN CANADA
Ottawa, Aug. 12.-The Domipion
Observatory here this morning re-
corded a local earthshock of moder-
ate intensity. The first preliminary
tremors arrived at 6.25 a.m. eastern
standard time. The distance to
A Rainy Day at the Club
Scene. Any old club.
Time. Any old time.
Characters. All old members.
1st Member. Hello, Bill! What's the
2nd Member. "News" there ain't
any news on a day likethis.
3rd Member. "Don't know about
that! Haven't you, leard that
the marsh is flooded and' th,:
railway trucks all sunk.
1st Member. "You don't say!'Row
did that happen?"
3rd Member. "Happen! Ii Wa;$
bound to happen, I've always
said the scheme was a .dafined
2nd member. "Anybody,, htn?"
3rd Member. (warming up'w o tils
*taski Two nen are n1ssLO
and I hear they are drooWAe."
4th Member. ibreezitg in) 'iletilo
everybody. Heard aboUt the
Omnes (avidly) "No! what About
4th member. "Just what I always
said! She was rushing along aM.
60 miles an hour when she
skidded and ran over the bank
somewhere about Red Hole."
1st Member. "Anybody hurr?"
4th member. "I didn't hear. but
she was taking a v\'r.\ 'rious
case to the hospital so I tXxpec
5th Member. timidlyi "Is it tru'e
the dredger has broken down
and will be laid up for a y-?ar!"
2nd Member (brightly) "By Jove.!
I shouldn't wonder, I just saw
members going to a meeting
of the Board. I'll bet auy
money they are going to order
a new one.
6th Member. "They say down at St.
George's that the railway com-
pany has decided to stop oper-
1st Member. (not to be behind in
misinformation) "That's so,
and all the land they've bought
goes to the Colony."
2nd Member. "Don't kid me! Why
1st Member. "That's in the Act."
2nd Member. "Well, the Act don't
amount to a row of beans.
(But the luncheon bell puts an
end to further legal discussion,
conversation at meals being
strictly confined to the social
activities of the night before.)
the epicentre was 340 kilometres or
210 miles. The record continued for
about ten minutes.
Toronto, Ont., Aug. 12.-An
earth tremor lasting about a min-
ute was felt in many parts of the
city early today.
Erie, Pa., Aug. 12.-A sharp
earthquake was felt along the land
front at 7.20 o'clock this morning.
Windows were broken, but no other
damage was reported.
AERO PLANE RACE
London, Aug. 13.-Three English
competitors, Captain Broad,
Lord Carberry under name of
Mr. John Carberry, and Miss Wini-
fred Spooner, were first of the conm-
petitors,in the round Europe flight
for the International Light Aero-
plane Ohallenge Cup, to reach
Brussels from Amsterdain this
morning. Captain Broad arrived
at 8.20 a.m. and Carberry two
minutes later Mith Miss Spooner
a few seconds behind. They have
retained their position among the
first competitors throughout most
of the course. Forty-three of
.fifty-five entrants qualified for the
flight which began at the Orry
Aerodrome near Paris on August
7th via Marseilles east to Bucharest
then to Prague, Warsaw, 'Amster-
dam. Brussels and back to Paris.
The pilot who completes the course
in the shortest time will not nec-
essarily be the winner of the cup
as points scored in the classifica-
tion tests are also taken into ac-
count. Thirty-three competitors
still remain in the contest. Ap-
parently Broad and Miss Spooner
would have had no difficulty in
arriving in Paris yesterday but it
is understood that the rules of the
the contest debar them from ar-
riving there before tomorrow after-
noOn when arrangements to con-
trol landing of competitors come
into operation. Consequently last
night was spent at Amsterdam
and tonight they remain at Brus-
sels. This will reduce the daily
distance average from six hundred
and eighty six miles to four hundred
and eighty miles.
That St. Within is cvidei tly
on the job this year.
That the Weather cklrk is not.
That he has been erratic for some
That I bttvcen boats
just a HItle breathing
That perhaps r.ot at St. Cccrne
That there they are. bury all the
That the swimnmidg pools are
That visitors can't even wait till
they get hare.
That somo of Jhem swim all the
That ir is about time the English
Caani-re swims comnmeo~ed.
That rIjrhaps the fake sWr1V has
killed this strange sport.
toesn'r F. ,'2
to b', Fetting vcry far.
That the o!d trouble is yet to be
That a 'y qld country can go to
war, tut.only a few (an play for the
That tho Aquarium is a popular
lace to visit.
That like he Post Office, it pays
That when the House meets,
there may be somcThing doing in
increase ofstaff and extesioj of
That then there -may be a revis-
ion of the sub-office system.
That lots of plans are being de-
ferred on the ground that the rail-
way will alter conditions.
That quicker and better distri-
bution should make things easier
Bermuda and Vicinity:-Gentle
to moderate southeast and south
winds,weather partly overcast with
occasional showers tonight and
BOY SCOUTS AS AMBASSADORS
London, Aug. 13.-At a Govern-
ment banquet at. Liverpool last
night to British arid foreignrepre-
sentatives of the Boy Scout move-
,ment a message was read from the
King expressing t je hope that the
visitors from abroad had enjoyed
their stay in England and that the
memorable assemblage would have
strengthened the ties of comrade-
ship, uniting Boy Scouts through-
out theworld. The great Jamboree
ended last night and camp is break-
ing up. On the last day,yesterday,
twenty thousand Scouts were ad-
dressed by the chief Scout, Lord
Baden Powell. "I am sending you
back" he said in his farewell speech
"bearingthe sign of peace, goodwill
and fellowship. Take back the
idea in your minds that you have
brothers in other countries. Any-
one can see the bad points in people
but good Scouts will look for the
good points. Go forth as Ambass-
adors of goodwill and friendship."
BRITISH TRADE SHOWS IN-
CREASE IN EXPORT
London, Aug. 13.-Board of Trade
returns issued today show that,
during July there ,was a decrease
in imports of nearly two million
sterling in value compared with the
corresponding month last year,
while exports showed an increase
of over five and a half million
pounds for the month as compared
with the previous July. The first
seven months of the yearcompared
with the corresponding period last
year show a decrease of about two
and a half million pounds in im-
ports and an increase of over nine
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By The Bermuda Press, Ltd.
SAMUEL PEPYS TEUCER
August 13.-Enraged this day
when I discover that I have ne-
glected to pay my electric light bill
for last month and so am the loser
of the discount.
But Lord! How mean a rich cor-
poration is that will not give me
credit for a month so that I can
go on a vacation with their money
in my pocket.
Now I have ever observed that all
business men are keen and clever
save in thelt- dealings with a news-
If I stop a merchant's paper after
his subscription has expired he
calls me a robber and a thief.
"Don't you know that I am good
enough for a beastly subscription,"
he asks irately.
So I tell him I know he is good
enough for a beastly subscription..
What I do not know is whether he
Is foolish enough to want to go
on reading my paper. That I can
only determine when he sends me
There was once a Scotch actor
who was consulting a theatrical
agent about a part he was to play
with a company..
"Weel!" said he, "What aboot
"Contract!" exclaimed the agent,,
"That's all right. A verbal con-
tract is sufficient."
"Laddie!"' replied the cautious
Scot. "The last time I had a
verbal contract I drew a verbal.
And I also like the story of a
veterinary surgeon who had charge
of the race-horses belonging to a
And this sportsman asked the
vet one day why he did not render
< Ohi!" said the vet, "I never ask
a gentleman for money."
"Indeed," said the sportsman,
"how do you get on if he doesn't
"Why!" replied the vet, "if he
doesn't pay aft.r a certain time
I conclude hl isn't a gentleman, and
then I ask him."
But I have ever understood a
newspaper man was no business
man. and he is always at fault.
There was once an irate sub-
-- scriber who rang up an editor one
day and demanded to know hoW
it came about that his death notice
had appeared in the paper that
But the editor w..s equal to the
"Is that you, Smith?" he asked,
iSmith being the subject of the
'Yes," replied the victim.
"Well," said the Editor, "just
tell me which place you are speaking
Our English Letter
Susan Ertz has many admirers
* in Bermuda and she will add to
them by her latest work "Galaxy"'
-'---which has reached 5 editions in a
month. It is no exaggeration to
call it "a splendd and courageous
SRichmal Compton's "'Abbott's
Field" is another excellent piece
of work which leaves the younger
generation triumphant. -
The other evening on the wireless,
Miss V. Sackville West, who is in
private life the Hon. Mrs. Harold
Nicholson, gave a book-talk and
mentioned "Bretherton' as one of
the finest novels that had appeared
on the subject of the Great War.
It may be said that this subject
has been too often u3ed and that
everything that can be said of
those deadly four years in fiction,
has already been said. It is indeed
difficult to believe that many
people who admire this kind of
literature have yet to read Mase-
fiels's "Gallipoli" the most poign-
ant and revealing, perhaps, of the m
all. How much more heart-rend-
ing and yet dignified and consoling
than the abominable "All Quiet
on the Western Front" which is
quite undeserving of anything
Most people by now have read
Lord Haldane's "Autobiography",
the finest and most lucid chronicle
of a human life, to my mind, that
has been published for many years.
It is as if one of the great old rulers
of mankind had come to this
modern world and had shared in
its life,andjudged its actions and
had thqn, calmly, wisely and with-
out rancour or prejudice, pronounc-
ed upon It.
Another autobiography, all too
short, alas! is that of Kingsley
Fairbridge. There is no boy, I
think, who will not revel in its
story of the writer's boyhood in
South Africa, or who would not
benefit by this example of steady
purpose and keen devotion to duty.
It is a wonderful book.
To Kingsley Fairbridge, as many
will know, we are indebted for the
conception and establishment of
the "Big Brother" scheme which
is now.being carried out in Australia.
I hope that if the book buyers
In Bermuda have not already met
with it they will ask for this fine
autobiography to be procurred for
The Royal Garden Party
This was held at BtuckinghamI'
Palace and was attd"iced bi, 9,000
pe.?ople?. The Qu-?,.n hld her court.
accompanied by tlhe Prince of
Wales, but th-. great moimenet of a
characters .ically English gathli-
ing, \vas when King Fuad. in his
picturesque (ir.-?ss a id roma itic
Eastern dignit.i' pre.seated th
members of hissuil'. to Her Majestiy
Many ear'.lrs will be)- glad io
hear that Mr. J. H. Thomas ap-
peared in full "rig" -cop hat.
white, waistcoat (with the la-t-
button fashion ably unbuttoned,
grey glo.ves and a saAisfi.?d exoress-
He is a genial p.:-rson a.'d always-
hasa story r-eadyeve in ,h lhighesi
circles. Today his co;-cributiorn
when conversing wi h a royal
price: was--"N-..w Yor ;, Sir. Well,.
I heard a nian w'ho g,' converted
just before hie went there a' d when
he was asked how he liked tl.e
grear city he replied:-
"Only thini I'm sorry for is
that I got religion b-.'fore'' I saw
1' yis l. Sha .v's 73rd Pirthday
a'd lie w -s seen in London this
morning striding along in his cool
grey suit, wearing also his usual
tolerant smile at the follies of the
rest of mankind.
A reporter who called on hiinm,
hopingforsome Shavian philosophy
on the approach of age, was told
to "get out" as, from now onI, all
Mr. Shaw's birthdays had bern
A Royal Beauty.
One does not'always fiud beauty
at its best in Royal circles, indeed,
History, to say nothing of Art, re-
veals some very plain specimens of
either sex among the. Good and
This is not always the case for
one notes with satisfaction what a
handsome young woman Princess
Mary is becoming, with her lovely
skin and hair. The Duchess of
York, who will certainly go down to
posterity as the.-smiling Duchess'',
is '"aa'fu' bonny" as her proud
country men say.
But the '"pick of the bunch.'"
to use a North Country expression.
in the Court circles is-Lady Helena
Gibbs who was Lady Helena Cam-
bridge. There is no doubt about
her, she looks as if she might
have stepped off the canvass of a
Reynolds or a Romney. Golden
hair, large blue eyes, rose leaf skin
and, withal, an expression of charm
and / intelligence. Seldom, one
*would think has a greater beauty
graced our Court.
Everyone is; pleased with the
pleasant, manner in which the
Prince of WVales went through his
programme at Burton-on-Trent the
j other day.
Hle flew over, as he prefers to do
on any possible occasion, and
reaching Burton to the moment
scheduled, said to his pilot,"jolly
good work, Icall that."
He did everything at a rush but
with more of his genial manner
than he sometimes displays. Fol-
lowing the example of his grand-
father, the Prince went to one of
the Bass breweries and "made a
brew" under the direction of the
old brewer who had also instructed
King Edward 'VII. The process re-
sembles the brewing of tea, on a
DRAMA that sets
your heart a thumping
P IM -
"That ought," said the Pritnce,as
he saw the results of his labour,
"to be a really good drink of beer."
On being takeninto the vaults,a
glass of the beer brewed by his,
grandfather was drawn for him.;
The Prince took a long draught!
but paused half way through the'
glass, "I say," he said laughing,
that is beer, it's the kin you have;
to treat with respect."
The "Prince's brew" will remain
for seven years in the cask, will
then be bottled and later given
away like rare wine, which., say the.
experts, it will very much resemble.
"FIRST CATCH YOUR GOAT"
Uncle Sam has one debt that is'
somewhat embarrassing. He owes
25 goats and can't pay because he
can't find the goats. Two years
ago, an agreement was entered Into
. between the federal government'
and the state of Washington where-
by the state was to ship 25 live elk
to Alaska in exchange for a similar
number of Alaskan mountain goats'
for stocking the Olympic range.,
The northwest elk have been sent,
to the north as a nucleus to future
herds. But to date Uncle Sam has
been unable to catch a single goat.
HAMILTON DINGHY CLUB
A SPECIAL GENERAL MEETING
of the Club will be held
H. J. WILLIAMS,
The girl with the heart of a
wanton, the mind of a child and.
the soul of a woman, "Carmen,"
at last will be depicted by one who
understands the emotions of the
famous character born from the
prolific pen of Prosper Merimee.
Probably for the first time the
celebrated story of the little gypsy
girl with the flaming eyes and fiery
emotions will be portrayed by a
real Spanish beauty, one who
doesn't need a vivid imagination to
conceive of the proverbial passions
of Old Seville, for through her
veins courses the blood of "Car-
men." She is Dolores Del Rio,
reared in romantic Mexico Vy par-
ents of Spanish nobility.
Bermuda War Veterans' Association
S.S. "Corona" will leave the;
Transportation Wharf at 8.15 p.m.,
calling at Darrell's Wharf, Man-
grove Bay and Ireland Island.
Ice cream and light refresh-
ments for sale on board.
Ma;' be obtained at the B.W.V.A_.
Headquarters, Reid Street,
CAMP LODGE, Prospect
THURSDAY, 15th AUGUST
3 to 5 p.m.
Ice Chest, Dining Table, Cabinet
Gramophone, 2 Bicycles, Lawn
Mower, Scythe, Oil Stove, Boot
Rack, Electric Heater, Card Table,
and Folding Chairs, "Innovation"
Wardrobe, 2 Electric Table Lamps,
1 Electric Standard Lamp, White
Enamelled Bedroom Furniture,
Brushes, Oil Pump, etc.
Also 2 Surreys For Sale
. Goblin: A. Harvard professor'has
invented a machine which will
exert six hundred thousand pounds
pressure per -square inch. Useful
for attaching postage stamps.
A FIRST NATIONAL
ICE WHITE PICTURE
First National brings you a $5.50 Broadway
musical comedy at regular prices.
200 gorgeous dancing girls !
Thrilling going war !
Sumptuous night club -cene.
(3Gay dance ensembles !
And then takes you beh nd the curtain to the drama
and action you c('ouldn t pay to see Sensational
entertainment in the ( -eat (Alice) White Way.
PATHE NEWS SPORTLIGHT CARTOON
S Doors open 8 Show 8.30
MECHANICS HALL, TO-NIGHT
THE HUMANOPHONE COMPANY
AIBELMONT POOL OPENING,
BERMUDA ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 5
affiliated with the
International Swimming Association
At the Official Opening of
BELMONT MANOR'S NEW POOL
TO-NIGHT, August 14th
A DANCE AND ENTERTAINMENT TILL 12.30 p.m.
1. 50 yards Freestyle Boys 13 years and under
2. 50 yards Freestyle Ladies
3. 50 yards Freestyle Girls 15 years and under
S4. 50yards Freestyle Men
5. 50 yards Freestyle Boys 15 years and under
6. Men's Diving A
7. 50 yards Backstroke Ladies
: 8. 25 yards Backstroke Boys under 15 years /
X 9. 50 yards Freestyle MeAl(open to the guests of Any
Hotel in Bermuda)
10. 50 yards Freestyle Ladies (as above)
0 11. 75 yards Medley Ladies (25 yards'backstroke,
25 yards breast stroke,
25 yards freestyle)
12. 75 yards Medley Men (as above)
13. 150 yards Relay 1 Man, 1 Lady, to swim 50yards
each; 1 boy, 1 girl, under
X- 16 years, to swim 25 yards ,
,- Referee E. Watlington
Announcer Major Hicks.
SStarter Major Murdoch 5
Judges J. Fowle, G. Belvin, S. Paschal, A. Gorham i
Timekeeper E. M. Astwood
: ADMISSION 2/-
BL PRIZES FOR EVERY EVENT
BELMONT TROPHY FOR VISITORS WINNING 9 and 10 EVENTS Z
Special Ferry Service
Leave Hamilton 7.30 and 8 o'clock
Returning 10.15 and 10.45 and 12.20
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5^: :^: ^^^ S..^; ^
The White House has changed its
Perhaps, says H. I. Phillips, Mr.
Hoover was bothered by people who
called up And then asked, "Is this
His Only One
The Butcher: "I don't like to
play golf because I bring too much
of my business Into it."
Parnter: "What's that?"'
DOLORES DEL RIO "
VICTOR Mc LAGLEN
.. .. The devil was bored and he sum-
..... moned his henchman. "Pour for
."-me," he said, "TInto one mould,
the heart of a child, the body of
A a wanton and the soul of a woman.
Let us see what will happen."
...... v :: The result was "Carmen," the
.w ild rose of old Seville.
Such as you have never seen before
.. Drama that burns itself into your
Very soul with its intensity! Drama
with a sweep and a surge that will
carry you off your feet! The play
that, thrilled New York transformed
.:into one of the screen's mightiest
: .......: .... AND
......"......:::. ..... |TO-MORROW NIGHT
'Pore A10 featured ia '"o4 esof tt 'l ox ,,ttrahioi
EXPRESS CIGARS THEBERMUDA CIGAR STORE
ESC(On the Comer)
Reserved Seats Now on Sale at The Royal Gazette and Colonist Daily
8.00 ADMISSION-Balcony 3/, Orchestra 3L- and 2/6, Gallery 1/6
BERMUDA MOVING PICTURE COMPANY
THE ROYAL GAZETTE AND
DAILY, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 14, 192S
rp ---MCON .. dErFAM.MW,,
Popularity Proves Its Distinction
i Admission 50 cents
I ESTES and HUILBERT
If you like Distinctive Music and
Unique Entertainment come to
I THE HAMILTON
6A .4.= 12Tgft W-Mmsawa
MARINE PAVILION L
on the water's edge
Dancing every evening-8.30 to 12
X EDDIE GOETZ,
S and 'His
Monday Evenings X
Special Engagement of
EUREKA QUARTET x
Presenting Programme of Plantation Melodies
and Modern Song-hits ]
It's always cool onthe Pavilion X
Phone 381 or 80,0' for Table Reservations
9074ttu.ei to 20-9-29
Special Ferry Service for Open Air Dancing at the
Inverurie and Belmont Hotels
So as to enable the Residents and Visitors on the Hamilton side
to enjoy the OPEN AIR DANCING at the Inverurie and
Belmont Ijotels, the following ferry service will be run every
Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday evenings:
Leave Hamilton Leave Darrell's Wharf
8.15 pm. ....... 8.30 p.m.
8.45 ....... ,9.00 "
9.30 10.00 "
10.45 : 11.00
11.15 ...11.30 "'
12.00 ..- 12.20 a.m.
12.30 a.m. (To Salt Kettle Wharf Only)
THE BERMUDA TRANSPORTATION CO., Ltd.
Pearman, Watlington & Co., Managers.
Welcome to this Inn of Hospitality in New York
PRINCE GEORGE HO TEL
FIFTH AVENUE AND 28th STREET
ALBURN M. GUTTERSON, Manager
1000 ROOMS WITH BATH
Single with Bath $3 to $4-Double with Bath $4 to $6
A Home in the Heart of Things
iJ'Automobile entrance on East 28th and 27th Streets, near
I Fifth Avenue. Fireproof Garage 3 Blocks from Hotel
GOests arriving at the Grasmere
Hotel on Monday included Mrs. H.
Powers and' her grand-daughter,
Miss Mary Coughlani from New
York. Miss Louise Craddock, also
from New York, was among the
arriving guests at Grasmere.
Miss Louise M. Heuer,.conneqted
with the library system. in Brook-
lyp is- a visitor to Bermuda this
week and staying at the Frascati
Hotel. She will spend two weeks
here taking a rest from her work.
Mr. and Mrs. Horace Sinclair,
of New York, are guests at the Ham-
ilton Hotel where they are enjoy-
ing their first trip to Bermuda. Mr.
Sinclair is associated with the
theatrical atock companies under
the direction of Charles P. Wagner.
He is an active director of these
groups and will direct the work of
the Memphis company during the t
The Hamilton Hotel reached ^ts
peak roof night on Monday evetn-
ing when the largest crowd eVeri
assembled packed the under-the-
stars dancing space. In spite of
dozens of extra tables many people
were forced to stand or make thle
best of It in the downstairs lounge-
bar. With the arrival of the Ser-
muda with almost a capacity pas-
senger list all hotels rapidly filled
before noon on Monday. The Hani-
ilton, with extra entertainment.
and the new dance team fo Estes
Hulbert, not to mention the arrival
of Sam BRobbin's wife, known on
the stage as June Joy, also the
,good natured Elton Rich, who did
his turn as an added Monday niglt.
attraction, with all these there was
a big whoopee not unlike a New'
Year's party. Luckily the rain-man
held off until well after midnight,
and then got in his work by drench-
ing the town, carriages appeared'as
if by magic and the huge crowd
melted away honiewards. There
were numerous dinner and dance
parties at the Hamilton on Monday
The Hamilton has been enter-
taining a charming guest for the
past two weeks in the person of Mrs.
Marguerite Gianella. of Brooklyn.
Mrs. Gianella, besides being a
leader in Brooklyn society is a poet-
ess whose works are becoming more
and more known in the States. A
short quotation from "Polly Pros-
pect's" column in the New York
Journal will show. that this gifted
lady is gradually coinung into popu-
'"We have a new Brooklyn poetes-..
No, that is not quite accurate:
we have had this one for quite a
time. But her poems have been
written just for her friends anid
family, and the outside world has
hot known about them. It does
not Rnow much about them yet,
and probably the charming woman
from whose brain they have come
will not under any circunistat'ices
step into the limelight."
"The poetess who has just come
to light is Mrs. John Gianella and
she is the aunt of Tracy Higgins
(who-married Madolyn Waterman)
Lisbeth Higgins and Mrs. Alfred
Hill Everson. She is a sister of
Charles M. Higgins."
"So here's a Brooklyn poetess
that everyone knows, and rhe inter-
esting thing'is that up to now
hardly anyone knew she was a poet-
On Monday evening Mrs. Gianella
and her son, Mr. John Gianella,
were host and hostess to a chamr-
ing dinner party at the Hamilton
Hotel. It was in the nature of a
farewell to Bermuda on Mrs. Gian-
ella's and her son's part, for they
sailed for New York yesterday morn-
ing, much to the regret of their
many firends here. The dinner was
held in the main dining-room, and
afterward the party ,adjourned to
the roof where tley took part in
the dancing, The guests were as
follows: the Hon. and Mrs. L. B.
Harnett, Mr. and Mrs. George
Schofield, of Paterson, N.J., who
are spending some time in Bermu-
da, Mrs. Hayes, a guest at the Ham-
ilton; also Mrs. Gore, a visitor from
Yonkers, NY.,who has been spend-
ing the last ten days at the Hamil-
ton; Miss Doris Harnett, Miss May
Harnett, Mr. Gerald Harnett and
Mr. Ulmer. Other friends joined
the table for dancing.
Miss V. J. Corbaley and Mrs.
Harrison Bailey, both from Balti-
more, Md., are spending the sum-
mer at the Hamilton Hotel. They
will probably stay until October.
Both these ladies are well known in
Baltimore's social circles. They are
enjoying Bermuda's peace and
quiet. Mrs. Corbaley came down
for her health and feels herself
S .' '
With best wishes,
gof Advertising Men,
Ave. New York City.)
AMr. S. H. Alpern, of Pittsburgh,
Pa., is now a guest at the Hamilton
Hotel where he will spend the week.
He is connected with the textile
industry as a foremost designer.
Among the recent arrivals at the
Hamilton Hotel are the Misses
Edna and Hilda Reinald, of New
York. They will spend their first
visit to Bermuda at the Hamilton
and take the drives to the various
interesting spots around the is-
Mr. P. Robert Stewart, of New
York, is spending two weeks at the
Hamilton Hotel; also Mrs. 0. P.
Cook and her son David are at the
Hamilton for the next two weeks.
They came down from Waterbury,
Recent arrivals at the Frascati
Hotel include Mr. and Mrs. J. F.
Kennell,of New York. Mr. Kennell is
connected with the New York Post
Office. They will stay two weeks.
Also at the Frascati is Miss Marian
E. Lewis, from Wellesley Hills,
Mass. She is a trained nurse down
for a vacation from her duties.
ROUND THE HOTELS
Social Activities- Arrivals-
Lobsters Green Turtle -
- FINEST VINTAGES.
A large number of visitors from
Philadelphia arrived on, Monday
and are quartered at the Hamilton
Hotel for the next ten days or two
weeks. Among them are noted,
Miss E., V. Smith,. Miss Alice E.
Roche. Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Culver,
SMr. and Mrs. J. F. Dempsey, Dr.
C. A. Friedler, Mr. R. S. Lifie, Mr.
Harry Manerly, Mr. Robert Brace-
land, Miss Kathryn T. Kelly, Miss
Mary L. Dunn, Miss.Molly and Sara
Wernstein, Miss Dorothy Smith,
Miss Frances S. Stanley, Mr. Frank
W. Lampine, Mr. Jarmes R. Duanne,
Dr. Allen Murphy and Mrs. G. H.
Phliiladelphians at Belmont Man-
or include Mr. and Mrs. J. Bedford
Jr., Mr. and Mrs. F. Becker and son,
Mr. Henry Fleisher, Mrs. G. S.
Braun. Mrs. M. Backarach, Miss
M. M. Dowling, Miss R. Ginsburg,,
Mr. and Mrs. H. L.,Jackson, Dr.
and Mrs. Clay, MIrs. E. Hewish,
and Miss 0. Arrup.
Mr. Irving F. White, of Bayside,
N.Y., is a guest at the Frascati this
week. He is accompanied on this
trip by Mrs. White. Mr. White is
connected with the well known firm
of J. L. Mott Iron Works of New
Among the educational workers
now visiting Bermuda during vaca-
tion is Miss Helen E. MacNeice, of
Brooklyn, who is a teacher in the
Brooklyn Public Schools. She will
stay two weeks and is with Miss
Among the several arrivals from
Canada on Monday were Mrs. M.
J. Campbell, Mrs. J. H. Harney,
from Montreal, and Miss Dot
Temperton and Miss Evelyn Tem-
perton, of Toronto, Mr. and Mrs.
J. S. McGibbon, of Montreal, all of
whom are staying the week at the
Among the arrivals at the Ham-
ilton Hotel is Mr. Park E. Green, of
Philadelphia. He represents H. K.
Mulford Company, medicinal
chemists, and he is consulting the
local physicians on matters pertain
ing to his profession.
.Among the stage profession now
in Bermuda is Miss Polly Walker,
who played in George M. Cohan's
"Billie," and who is staying at
"Kamp Kettle," Paget. Miss
Walker came down in company with
her mother and a nephew and has
been out very little since her arrival.
She is taking a complete rest from
her work, although she visited the
Hamilton Roof recently.
Mr. Glen Sherrard has just re-
ceived a letter from a former guest
which shows that Bermuda and
the Hamilton might have had a
convention of advertising men if
they had all known the charm ex-
pressed in the letter. It is a plea-
sure to reproduce it, for it is a
great compliment to the islands
as well as to the Hamilton.
My dear Mr. Sherrard:
This may make a lot of news for
your, Royal Gazette. This is my
third trip down. Each trip has been
at a different time of the year-
spring-ffall-and summer and-
Bermuda is always the same beauti-
ful haven-an all year resort.
Many of our advertising mem-
bers are over at Berlin attending
an International Advertising Con-
vention. They would have a much
better time if they held it in Ber-
muda with the Hamilton as head-
From East Orange, N.J., at the
Frascati, is Miss Freda Walker, whc
will spend the week here.
New Yorkers at Belmont ManorlI
include Mr. J. Dunn and Miss S.
Dunn, Mrs. M. Richards, Mrs. TB,
`*G. Loomis, Miss E. Hussey and Miss
E. Dover, the Misses V. and 0. New-
man, Miss Dorothy Sims, the Misse-E
F. and C. Corbett, Mr. and, Mrs.
W\illianm G. Hunter, Mr. and. rs.
Jini es Hayden and children, (West
Point), Miss E. Jones, Mjjss H.
Weil, Mr. and Mrs. J. H.
Earle, Mr. and $krs. P. G'arrique,
Mrs. M. Fridelia, Miss M. T rincher,
Mr. J. B. Greenhut, Mr. Maclk
Browd, and Mr. and Mrs. I.. Squires.
,New Yorkers at the Hamilton
Hotel: Mr. George R. Ford., the Mis-
ses M. and K. Walsh, the. Misses C.
and H. Periwald, Miss J. Phelps,
Miss Martha MacGraw, Miss Mabel
Earl, Miss Elsie 0. Blassan, Miss
Agnes Pederson, Mr. and Mrs. E. J.
Costello, Mr. and Mrs. George Kel-
ley, Miss Eileen O'Connell, Miss
Anne M. Kerr, Miss Kathlrin F. Al-
len, Miss Gertrude O'Brien, Miss
Mary Mannix, Miss Mildred Mul-
ler, Miss Margaret Dunne, Mr. and
Mrs. Walter Anderson, Mr. Herbert
Baker, Mr. George H. Orton, Miss
Peggy Willman, Mrs. Phil H. Fas-
cue, Mrs. Florence F. Fair ohild,
Miss Gladys Smith.
Miss Agnes R. Halloran, of Br ook-
lyn, is a guest this week at the Fras-
cati Hotel: With her -are Miss
Catherine V. Halloran and Fred
Kleine, jr. They will make a two
weeks stay in Bermuda.
Miss Margaret M. Tull and Miss
Florence M., Little, of German-
town, Pa., are at the Frascati for
two weeks. Also at this house are
,,Mr. Charles P. Kantz, Mrs. Kantz,
andlr. Charles G. Curtis and wife,
of Callicoon, N.Y., all staying two
Guests arriving at Frascati Hotel
on last Friday per S.s. Fort Victoria.
were: -Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Eddel-
butter, West New York, N.J.; (con--
nected with N.Y. Telephone Co.);
Miss Isabel P. Chase, Exton, Ches-
ter Co., Pa.; Miss Rachel M. Cree-
don, Phila., Pa.; xvliss Florence
Kelley, Phila.; Miss Bertha E. Dis-
singer, Phila.; Miss Mary Coyle,
N.Y.C.; Miss Margaret Coyle, New,
York; A. K. Thompson, Esq., New
Haven, Conn.; Arriving from Can-'
ada were Misses P. E. McNalr, Mon-
treal; Miss Alice McCaffrey, Mon- ,
Excellent Dance Team at Hamilton
The new dance team of Estes and
Huilbert which appeared at the
Hamilton Roof on Muonday night for
the first time made a decided im-
pression on the huge audience.
The two dancers are well balanced
and their routine is splendidly
carried out, and it was noticed that
there was not too much of thecon-
ventioaal in their steps. Mr. Gene
Huilbert is from San Francisco0
and has been associated with the
dance world for a long time. He is
conversant, with the work of all the
well known dancers, has had a
long gxperieaca with productions,
theatre work and ballets. He and
Miss Estes have made a great many
appearances for the Publix Theatres
Circuit which has staged such
elaborale prologues under the gea-
eral direction of John Murray
Anderson. M\hs Estes is a Louisi-
ana girl and possessesfmuch of Lhe
southern charm in her dancing.
She is blessed with a fin,0 dancing
3 physique and her work is intelligent
and ingratiating. Among the large
productions in which this team
have appeared was the Scherher-
r azade Ballet, which was given in
Carnegie Hall some time ago by
. Alexis Kosloff. The team received
a hearty welcome on their first
appearance on the Hamilton Roof
on Monday evening and there is no
doubt of their success here.
Mr. Louis Schwartz, of Brooklyn,
is a guest at Frascati Hotel, and
will remain ,there for two weeks.
He is a member of the American
Legion and Masonic and Elks orders
and this is his first trip to Bermuda.
With him is Mr. M. A. Hageman,
also from Brooklyn.
Other arrivals at the Frascati
Hotel this week include Miss Rachel
N M. Creedon, Philadelphia, Mrs.
Isabel Chase, who are staying the
week in Bermuda.
By Public Auction
TO BE SOLD
At "Villa Mont Clare," Flatts
The residence of Revd E. C.lEarp
On Wednesday, 21st Instant
AT ONE O'CLOCK
Household Furniture, etc., con-
Mahogany Sideboard, Mahogany
Dining Table, Antique Oak and
Walnut Table. Large Mirror, Large
Desk, Cedar Tea Wagon, English
Carpets, Skin Rugs, Singer Sewing
Machine, Lady's Writing Desk,
Curtains,, etc., Radio Set, etc.,
Orthophonic Victrola and Records,
China and Glassware, etc., Mahog-
any Chest Drawers, Single Bed-
steads, Springs and Mattresses,
Pillows, Eiderdowns, etc., etc.,
Garden Benches (Cedar), 3-burner
Perfection Stove, Kitchen Uten-
sils, Electric Irons, etc., 2 Bicycles,
Lawn Mowers, etc., Garden Tools,
Tennis Rackets, etc.
SPhaeton, Set Single Harness, Car-
riage Rugs, etc., etc., Hens'
Chickens and Ducks, etc., etc., etc .
B. W. WALKER & CO.
. Hamilton, Bermuda,
In the Estate of
HENRY WEST OUTERBRIDGE,F
All persons having claims against
the above mentioned Estate are
requested to forward the same to
the undersigned on or before the
14th day of September, 1929,
and all persons indebted to the said
Estate are requested to make
settlement on or before the above
CONYERS, DILL & PEARMAN,
Attorneys for Omar Outerbridge.
Administrator of Estate of
Henry West Outerbridge.
NEW WINDSOR HOTEL
EUROPEAN PLAN AMERICAN PLAN
Dancing in a Fairy Qarden
Monday, Friday and Saturday Nights
(other nights by arrangement.)
BREAKFAST ; LUNCHEON DINNER
TABLE D'HOTE SERVICE A LA CARTE
THE ST. GEORGE HOTEL
St. George's Bermuda
Direction of J. A. SHERRARD, General Manager
Located on Rose Hill overlooking the beautiful harbour of
St. George's and surrounded by artistically landscaped
grounds, the St. George Hotel offers the discriminating
guest every modern comfort at most reasonable rates.
Aquatic sports are featured in the magnificent 40 x 80 indoor
swimming pool, the use of which is free to guests.
There is a sporty nine-hole golf course on the Hotel property
and special privileges are accorded guests.
Music is furnished for luncheon dances, also for the evening
dances in the ballroom and outdoor dancing pavilion.
Accommodations for 200 guests.
AND COLONIST DAILY, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST
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Did You Read
Cooking without destruction will surely appeal
to all discriminating people as something
worthy of more than passing interest.
THE CAMPBELL AUTOMATIC ELECTRIC COOKER
preserves all the salts and vitimin,, in food,
that are lost by the old methods of cooking.
This method is essential for cooking children's
food the right way.
The food itself regulates the amount of heat
The current is automatically switched off at
the right moment.
Costs no more to use than an oil stove-
But what a difference!
YOU CAN PHONE 394 and our repre entative will call to
tell you about them.
YOU CAN SEE THEM at the Bermudiana Cycles, our City
YOU CAN BUY ONE Complete with utensils [for 4.10.0 up
For Power and Service
THE B.E.L.P. & T. CO., LTD.
wi ith a product such as' ours the advertising
problem is chiefly to get you to give, it a trial.
Results have proved that 80 per ceri of men
adopt Allsopps Beer once they're tasted it.
V 7The Better Beer
JOHN F. BURROWS & Co.
mudda's Leading Wine Merchants
FRON STREET QUEEN STREET
Telephone 149 Telephone 664
SRequir ments too numerous to
+ mention 4
. for such occasions as
Weddings Parties, Dances
P icncs +
S+^ Will be found in large variety on the +
+ SECOND FLOOR
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The approval of the public for many reasons. It is
carefully mrtiade of the choicest ingredients, texture
and flavour are almost 'beyond the chance of im-
vrovement. Now we take'another step in popular-
izing this delicious Bread by making the price Six-
pence per loaf. A
BUTTERCRUST BREADIis on sale by all Grocers
and you will recognize it by the handsome waxed
paper wrapper 'ith the Butter Crust Label.
BUTTER CRUST BREAD
16n wxed paper'wrappers only.
6d. per Loaf.
BERMUDA BAKERY, LTD.
TELEPHONE 24, 4
S News from St. George's
The M.s. Bermuda, 20,000 tons,
Captain H. Jeffriec. Davis, arrived
from NewYork on Monday morning
and was directed to Murray's An-
I choraga where pratique was granted
by Dr. P. W. Shelley by Pilot
Reginald Roberts. Passengers,
mails and some light freight were
transferred to the tender Ber-
mudian, Captain Harris and landed
at Market Wharf. The Bermuda
proceeded to Hamilton. Agents
Messrs. Watlingtorn & Conyers.
The following and other passea-
gers arrived from New York in the
Bermuda on Monday morning and
have gone to the St. George Hotel: 4
Mr. and Mrs. H. Almert, Miss Al-
mert, Mr. and Mrs. W. Adams,
Mrs. Joan Baron, Mr. M. S. Bate,
Mrs. R. .Bate, Miss H. Balger,
Miss E. Barren, Mrs. M. Barron,
Miss D. E. Benson, Mr. and Mrs.
E. Bittesly, Mrs. A. Bohen, Miss
M. Bohen, Mr. Jas. Bohen, Mr. J.
W. Butter, Miss J. Boubaugh,
Mile. M. Marie Cacheux, Mr. S. F.
Custard, Mr. W. Clark, Miss Clark,
Mir, and Mrs. E. Dietz, Miss A.
Davidson, Miss E. Elsberg, Miss G.
Falk, Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Foster,
Miss R. Frank, Mr. and Mrs.
Thomas H. Griest, Master Thomas
Griest, Miss S. C. Griest, Mr. and
Mrs. H. Qifford, Mr. G. Grotjan,
Mrs. W. L. Gilbert, Miss T. Hennes-
sey, Miss R. Harper, Miss S. Hor-
rowitz, Miss M. Haltindorf, Miss
I. Imrie, Mr. J. R. F. Kinney,Mrs.
L. K. Kellogg. Mr. L. A. Kellogg,
Miss M. Killer, MissM. 0. Kennedy,
Miss A. B. Kenendy, Miss Rose
Lerner, Miss F. Lewis, Miss G.
Levy, Miss A. Martin, MissM. E.
Marvin, Miss M. Morrissey, Mr.
and Mrs. J. Meisner, Miss E. R.
Mriaherd, Mr. R. Miner, Dr. and
Mrs. F. L. Nickerson, Mr. and Mrs.
O.Neske, MissNeske, Mr. and Mrs.
D. A. Nimidoff, Mr. and Mrs. J.
W. O'Reilly, Master O'Reilley, Miss
M O'Day, .Miss Prevott, Miss W.
Potter, Mrs. M. E. Roberts, Miss
D. Robinson, Miss H. Robinson,
Miss E. Roberts, Miss E. C. Ramsey,
Mrs. Charles Stillwell, Mrs. A. P.
Stillwell, Miss M. Smith, Mr. A.
Session, Miss M. Schick, Miss J,
S. Stoll, Mr. and Mrs. W. 0. Trainer,
Mr. H. W. Ulman, Mr. and Mrs.
Warner, Mr. Warner, Miss M.
Walsh, Miss K. Walsh, Mr. and Mrs.
B. Wheeler, Mr. L. E.. Witham,
Miss M. Weilstein, Miss S. Wein-
stein, Dr. and Mrs. A. M. Zinkham,
Miss Welch, Miss E. Haegl, Miss
Krider, Miss R. Harper.*
JOSEPHI, THE CARPENTER
Of all the handicrafts in the world
there is none cleaner, pleasanter,
and more fragrant than that of the
carpenter. He works in friendly
stuff. If he knows it well enough
and can feel its qualities, it yields
readily to his working and takes
the outward shape of his thought-
chair or table or bed, window-
frame or shelf or beam ....
What good odors rise around him
as he labours! Fromn each tree its
own fragrance: the resinous smell
of the terebinth and the cypress;
the delicate scent of the wild-olive
with its smooth, curly texture; the
faint, dry sweetness of the orange-
yellow acacia with its darker heart;
the clean odor of the oak with its
hard solid grain; and on rare days,
the aromatic perfume of some pre-
cious piece of the cedar of Lebanon,
king of trees.
Joseph,the carpenter of Nazareth.
was proud of his trade. He loved it.
At the beginning of Decemnber, on a
cloudy morning, he was in his shop
making a wedding-chest for the
daughter of a rich'neighbour. The
long box of durable shittim-wood
was well smoothed with the plane
and firmly mortised with pins of
oak; anqI now on the lid Josepi Was
working an ornament. With gauge i
and chisel and file he wrought his
design; not of birds or beatss or.
human figures for that would have
been against, the Jewish tradition;
but a graceful pattern of a vine
withcurvingbranches, broad leaves.
and rich clusters of grapes. That
was permitted 'by the law. Was it
not even a sacred sign and emblem?
Joseph hummed an old song as he
Blessed is every one that feareth the
And walketh in his ways.
Thou shalt eat the labour of tihy
Happy shalt thou be.
-Henry van Dyke, in "Even Unto
Planes 'at Sea
Approximately 225 airplanes of all
types are being operated from ships
at sea by the United States Navy.
In 1907 immigration into the
United States reached its peak when
1,123,842 aliens entered the United
States. During the year for 100
consecutive week-days ihore than
5,000 new-comers arrived.
- 'LNd -
ALL THAT certain lot or parcel
of land situated in Devonshire
Parish in the Islands of Bermuda
containing Nineteen perches and
twenty-three and one-quarter
square yards bounded on the
NORTH by the Public Road known
as the North Shore Public Road
and, there measuring Fifty feet
or thereabouts', on the EAST by
land late of Mrs. Sydney B. Smith
and there measuring One hundred
and six feet or thereabouts on the
SOUTH by a road or roadway ten
feet in width and there measuring
Fifty feet or thereabouts and on
the WEST by land of Henry Stokes
n d there measuring One hundred
and six feet r thereabouts OR
HOWEVER OTHERWISE the said
lot or parcel of land may be bounded
may measure or ought to be de-
scribed TOGETHER WITH all
houses buildings and the appur-
tenances thereunto belonging.
For further particulars apply to
THOMAS N. DILL
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Span for Life Lengthens
In 1850 2.8 per cent of the popula-
tion of the United States was more
than 64 years of age, while in 1920
the figure had risen to 4.6 oer cent,
an increase of 64 per cent.
THE PACIFIC STEAM" NAVIGATION COMPANY.
LIVERPOOL-BERMUDA Passenger and Cargo Service.
Sailing from Liverpool
for Bermuda, via
French and Spanish Ports.
"OROPESA" 18th JUly
"ORBITA" 1st August
"OROOMA" 29th August
"ORDUNA" 3rd October
Sailing from Bermuda'
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Spanish and French Ports
"OROYA" 21st July
"ORCOMA" 4th August
"ORDUNA" 8th September
"ORBITA" 6th October.
These popular Mall Steamers have excellent accommodation and
are noted for their famous Cuisine.
Westbound from Bermuda these steamers proceed to Valparaiso via
Havana and Canal Zone.
Subject to change without notice.
HARNETT & RIOHARDSON, Agents.
Hamilton, Bermuda, July 11th, 1929.
M. A. GIBBONS
ORIENTAL BEDSPREADS AND TABLE COVERS
In Useful Sizes
Genuine Indian and Persian Hand Blocked
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Seven Different Views
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(in Sunmmer) HALIFAX (in Winter) calling at HAMILTON, NASSAU
and KINGSTON, making C.N.S. connection at Jamaica for Beloze,
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Antigua, Guadeloupe, Martinique, St. Lucia, Barbados, Grenada,
Trinidad and Demerara.
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S.S. Cornwallis.... Aug. 10 Aug. 15 Aug. 19
Ohamplain Aug. 24 Aug. 29 Sept. 2
Chomedy....* Sept. 7 Sept.. 12 Sept. 16
Colborne....* Sept. 21 Sept. 26 Sept. 80
*Steamers sail from Halifax and arrive at Saint John, N.B.
For sailings, passenger and freight rates apply to:
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ect to change without notice. 42 Front St., Hamilton
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Royal and United States Mail Steamers
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Proposed Schedule of Sailings 1929
Wed. Aug. 7
Wed. Sept. 4
Wed. Oct. 2
Fri. Aug. 9
Mon. Sept. 2
Fri. Oct. 4'
Subject to change without notice if circumstances require
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Irish Linen Crash Suits
S.s. Orbita (P.S.N.) is due to
arrive today from Liver-
pool, bound for Valparaiso, via
Havana and Panama Canal. Agents,
Harnett & Richardson.
.S.s. Fort Victoria (Furness-Ber-
;mdaa) is due to arrive on Friday
from New York, sailing
turn the following day.
Watlington & Conyers.
Mails per S.s. Fort Vibtoria for
Great Britain, Canada, and the
United States of America Will close
at the General Post Office .n Sat-
Ordinary Mlvail 6 a.m, -
Registered Mail and Parcel Pott
5 p.m. Friday.
Supplementary Mail (Double
Postage) 7 a.m. Saturday.
Mails leaving Bermuda on S-ttur-
day thel7th,. should connect with
S.s. Aquitania sailing from New
York for Southampton on the 21st.
High Water Sun-
Date A.MU. P.M. rise
Mean High Water Spring Tides-
Mean High Water Neap Tides-
Mean Tide Level-2ft. 31as.
N.B. -All heights are given above
soundings on charts.
H.W.F. & 0. 7 hours, 59 minutes.
Age of Tide assumed to be I day.
Sunset and sunrise refer to upper
limb of Sun touching the horizon,
height of eye 20 feet above sea level.
Times are Local Mean Times.
England- India Air Mail
More than 12,000 lbs. of mail
have, it is announced, been carried
on the ne'w air route to India dur-
ing its first three months-of opera-
tion. It is somewhat surprising to
find that India has taken more
advantage of the facilities Offered
than this country, the holnward.
mail totalling 7,300 lbs. in twelve
journeys against despatches
a mounting to 4,700 lbs.
Thesaving of time is, of course,
very considerable, mail reaching
India (Karachi) in 71 days as com-
pared with 16 days by the ordinary
route. In the case of Iraq ordinary
mail takes 22-23 days, while the,
air mail takes,only 5--6 days.
The following particulars may.
be of interest to those who have
not familiarised themselves with
the details. The nail closes at
G.P.O., London, every Saturday
at 7 a.m. The latest times of
posting elsewhere can be obtained
from the local head post office.
It is available for all classes of mail ,
except parcels, and packets may be..
registered but not insured. The
countries served and a the air fee-
per half ounce in'addition to the
ordinary postage are as follows: -
Egypt (also Arabia, Cyprus, Sudan).
2d.; Palestine (also Syria, Trans-
jordan), 2J.; Iraq (also Persia, via,
Baghdad or Basra), 41.; Persian
Gulf Ports, 6d.; lndia (also Afg-
hanistan), 6d. Letters can be
posted at any post office and should
be marked "By Air Mail" in blue
pencil or have an air mail label
The route is to be extended from
Karachi to Calcutta during the
current year and to Rangoon on
completion of the aerodrome under
construction there. It is also
hoped to reduce the flying time
from 7 days to 62 days.
API ~ ~-~-j-~-g-.-~
DREAD PANAMA DISEASE
Over 60 Per Cent. In Parish of
Portland Where First Discovered
STEPS BEING TAKEN
Over 60 percent of the Panama
disease which has been affecting
banana cultivation, are in the
parish of Portland, where it was first
discovered. At places where the
disease hat been strictly treated,
and the law properly carried out,
areas of bananas are still maintain-
On the other hand, where the dis-
ease has been hidden from the
authorities, and the law obstructed
the disease has spread, and has
spread to such an extent as to de-
stroy large areas of cultivations.
The Department of Agriculture
are raising a lot of seedling bananas
sdme at the Prison Farm at Spainish
Town. They get seeds from the Ja-
maica banana by crossing it with
edible varieties of bananas that are
immune from the Panama disease.
and any promising seedling is plant-
eed out in the "death trap" at the
Hope Laboratory where the Jamaica
banana cannot grow more than
three feet high without dying of the
There are some seedlings that are
fruiting now in the middle of this
highly affected area at the Labora-
The Department has 18 Plant In-
spectors who are distributed to the
districts where the Panama. dis-
ease exists, but they
every parish, more or
bananas are growth.
SAs previously stated
in the Ja-
niaica Mail, importation of goods
into the Colony during 1928 totalled
6,100,000; exclusive of articles that
came in through the parcels post.
The exports, including parcels post,
for the same period were valued at
The returns which will shortly bp
published by the Revenue Depart-
ment, go to show that there has
been, as far as importations are
concerned, a decided change in the
/ incidence of trade. There has been
a swinginto inter-Empire channels
and a corresponding decrease in
the volumn6 of American wares. Up
to two years ago, the United States
enjcled the distinction of supplying
,more of 'the requirements. of the
Colony than any other country.
Last year America had to yield the
palm to the United Kingdom. The
ratio Is as follows:
United Kingdom, 32 per cent
U.S.A. 30 "
I Canada 19 "
Other Countries 19 "
A turnip measuring 22 inches in
circumference and weighing five
Sounds was raised by W. R. Lill-ey of.
Sinton, Tex. Do you know of a
1 larger one .
T HE rich flavour of
Brooke Bond Tea is ,)
due to the skill with which
it is blended.
Brooke Bond Tea
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Squibb's Milk of Magnesia is easy to
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many years has carried the approval
of the medical profession.
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Time to Leave
SMr. Staylate (to fiancee): "If
I had enough money I'd travel."
Her father ifutoi next room)
"Just now much do yuu need?4"
Backache, Pains in J-iots, Weakness,
Le .s of Vigour, Bad Nights, Lumbago,
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Preparing for. the' Future
The Governmenc o+ Net\v Zealand
is introducing a Bill intoIParlia-
ment to empower Docal aut horities
to spend money on tihe pz vision
of aviation grotin(d.
New C.I.D. Chief
Scotland Yard has ai ilti6fu( ed
I that Superintendent Ashl.ey, of th.e
Criminal Investigation Diepartmten
of the Metropolitan Polic' >, has beedt
appointed Chief ConstabJe, in place
of Mr. F. Wetisley, who is retiring.
The new chief, whob takes over
his duties on August I, has risen
from the rank of an ordit7'ary police
constable. He joined thle mIetro-
politan force in 1893, at the ag'@ of
21, and six years later was accepted
in the Criminal Investigation lDe-
parttnent. While he Wasa division a-
al (dtective-itinpectror at Bow-stre et
he took a prominent part in solvin g
the mystery of the notorious Voisiil
On Mount Ftna
On the slopes of Mt Etna irn a 'eily
there are an average ,of 930 winhi tbi-
tants to the square mile below vthe
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Here and There
THE GOVERNMENT AND
The foUowing% statement was
issued recently from the Home
The attention of the Home Sec-
retary, has been called to certain
statements in the Press with refer-
ence to Lord Byng's offer to resign
his appointment as Commissioner
of Police of. the Metropolis. As
these statements may convey a
misleading impression that some-
thing has occurred recently which
prompted Lord Byng to tender his
resignation, the Home Secretary
thinks It desirable to state what in
Immediately on the formation of
the present Government, Lord
Byng, at an interview with the
Home Secretary, referred to the
criticisms that had been made at
the time of his appointment. He
said that while he was quite pre-
pared to carry to Gmpletion the
task he had undertaken at the
request of the late Home Secretary,
he thought it right to seek an assur-
ance that he possessed the full con-
fidence and support of the present
Government in his task. If, on*
the other hand, they preferred to
to make other arrangements, he
would readily place himself in their
Without hesitation Mr. Clynes
expressed to Lord, Byrg his earnest
desire that he should continue his
services, and later confirmed the
request in a letter. Mr. Clytes
assured Lord Byag that he possessed
the entire confidence of the Home
Secretary and the Government, and
would receive their full support in
the arduous dut.'ies which he had
undertaken and, was performing to
their complete -satisfaction.
SWA I UPPING
Annual Cereiu ony on the Thames
The annual Swan Voyage up the
Thames of the Swan Herdsmen of
the King arid the Vintners' and
Dyers' Conarpanie-, for the purpose
of taking up the cygnets and mark-
Ing them, began recently at Zthe
wharf of Vitry House, Southwark
Bridge. ThIe work is known as
"swan, upping," or, corruptly,
The markers assemble in six,
rowing boats, flying "swan ban-
ners'* of 'red and white and blue
and white. In charge of the ex-
peditrioni are three brothers-Mr.
F. T. Tui .k, the King's Swan Herds-
man, an d. Mr. R. H. Turk and Mr.
H. E. T irlI, Swan Master of the
Vilit...-r ;' and Dyers' Companies
restpecti rel],. Their attendant.
water an, or "uppers," wear dis-
tinctives uniforms-the King's men
Jerseyss, of scarlet and those of the
livery (-onipanies white jerseys with
strip 0s of blue aU,
A 'they pull up the river ihey
ror t1d up the swan families and
se Ctte the parent birds. while the
s Wan masters trst pinion the .eyg-
ets and then mark them by acck-
ng their bills with their penknives.
Vintners' birds are marked by two
, nicks, one on each side of the bill;
Dyers' birds by -one., nick. Birds
'belonging to the Kihng are not mark-
Sed, in these days. The custom
which regulates the division of the
young allocates an equal number
of cygnets to tlie owners of the
cob or male pare'n t and of the pen,
Sor female. Any ,dd cygt-et ili a
Sbrood goes to the o waer 0of the cob.
SThe Swan Voyage.E which lias been
made annually for nearly 600 years
withliout. a break, l ists officially a
week, in the course' of which the
S wati Wardenas of t he two Livery
Companies travel b y water with
ceremony to one' j the upper
all dismissed for 129 runs.
Bermuda Overseas XI
A. Hayward c. Thomas,
b. Henry---------...--. .-- --...
E. Gilbert, c.Emanuel,
b. Joseph-...........---- -............-- ---
S. Tucker, b. Gore...----- ...- --
Alma: Hunt, 1.b.w., b. Joseph
R. Richards a, c. Allen,
E. Sk\ai/:son) nat out'---- .......
C. Fox, not out...............-----------
/ Extras..........-- ........ ----
(Total for 5 wickets)-........
All Anitgua XI
W. Allen, b. Darrell ..-- -
N. Thomas, e. &; b. Tucker-....
W. Enmanul I, hit wkt.,
b. Tucker.. .... ............- -
G. Mulvaney, b. Simons---
IW. Gore, b. Simois ........ ---
CO. Phillips, c. PhilIpott,
E. Myke, c. Richardson,
b, S wainson---.....------ --
W. Thomas, b. Swainson....---
S. Henry, c. Philpott,
b. Sim ons.......---_.... .------ -.
B. Joseph, b. Swainson...---
C. Joseph, b. Swainson ......- -
E. Skerritt, not out----....--.........--
Extras ....-- ..-.............--
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REALISM MARKS NEW VERSION '
"Loves of Carmen," one 6f the
most pretentious pictures attempt- i
ed in the United States in recent
years, will open tonight at the ,
Colonial Opera House, with Dolores
Del Rio and Victor iMcLagen in
the principal roles.
This picture, directed by Raoul
Walsh, is out of the ordinary in
more ways than one, for it brings
before the camera in the same pro-
duction, two popular players who
leaped to fame in another Walsh
production. They are Victor Mc-
Laglen and Dolores Del Rio, who
played Captain Flagg and Char-
maine, respectively, in "What Price
Glory." In addition tha cast in-
cludes Ben Bard and Don Alvarado.
Walsh was given every opportu-
nity to make an exceptional "Car-
men," and he has delineated this
striking character in a manner quite
new to the screen.
Alice White, First National-Vita-
phone star, wins new honours in her
latest starring vehicle, "Broadway
Babies," which comes to Mechanics
Miss White. who.has advanced
rapidly since entering pictures two
years ago, has the finest vehicle of
her career in this picture, the story
of a dancing girl on Gay Broadway.
Intimate scenes of theatrical life
in theatrical boarding houses, re-
hearsal halls and on the stage of a
big Broadway theatre, are shown.
Mervyn LeRoy directed tills pic-
ture. Charles Delaney plays op-
posite the star, and Sally Eilers
and Marion Byron head the cast.
Bermuda Overseas XI v. All Antigua
This game was played at Dyck-
man Oval, New York on Tlnirsiday,
Aug. 8, before a crowd estimiat.Cd
The chief features were the" fine
batting of Gilbert, Hunt and Rich-
ardson and the wicket-keeping of
C. Fox. All Attigua had only four
men out with score of 122, but were
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ERNEST J. BELL
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300 DIE IN HOTEL
Scores of guests
-The Tmygtery connected. wIth tri
death of 300 Visitors in one 6f the lead-
ing hotels of the City has finally been
cleared up. For some time this partic-
ular hotel, the name of which we must
withhold, has been considerably trou-
bled by obnoxious guests. Every pos-
sible means had been used in an effort
to force their eviction, before the mana-
ger finally resorted to drastic action.
Despite the apparent gruesomeness
of his act, the authorities have absolved
the hotel manager of any criminal mo-
tives, and have agreed that he acted only
for the best interests of his guests.
The victims, (commonly known as
bed-bugs), had been causing endless
annoyance to almost' everyone in the
hotel, so much so in fact that many of
the most desirable guests had departed
with threats never to return. It was
then that the manager, realizing that
immediate action must be taken, pro-
ceeded to rid the premises of the in-
truders. Grabbing his weapon (Black
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room seeking out the victims in the bed-
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West End News
A Visit to the Aquarium
(By D. Harris)
The St. James Sunday School
announced that on Saturday their
annual outing was to take place
and their destination would be the
The suggestion Was a good one
affording the people of the Wes.t
End an opportunity to see the won-
derful and instructive exhibPtion
of Bermuda's piscatory products.
The day broke exceedingly rainy
but as the time for departure: ar-
rived the weather cleared and when
the S.s. Triton sailed from Cavello
Bay she was filled with adults and
children on a journey not easily
to be forgotten.
The journey occupying probably
an hour and a half brought the
excursionists to a landing Which,
owing to its un-compromising
,nature, required all the skill of
Pilot Ingham to land in the vicin-
ity of the A.M.E. Church. the near-
est to the Aauariuttm.
In the Aquarium the party was
met by the affable and willing
Curator, Mr. Louis Mowbray,
whose help and guidance proved
of great interest and full of insrauc-
At the exclamation of astonish-
ment by many at the wonderful
display of fish resplendent in such a
variety of colours and to the ques-
tion as to whether these beautiful
fish were all native, he: assured us'
that they were, Asked how they
were able to keep the fish alive in
captivity, he explained that the
first and most essential condition
was that the fish should have, a
home as near in comparison to its
natural ocean home as possible
and, as was to be observed, the'
interior of the tanks had been
specially prepared, and the compari-
son with the sea gardens in each-
tank was obvious; the fish seemed'
perfectly comfortable and at home
swimming among the coral and
"Do you know," said Mr. Mow-
bray "that conditions are hardly
ideal nor will they be just yet."
"Why?" he was asked. "Because
we have not been in exisL',nce long
and it takes, at least three years to
,make a real Aquarium by virtue
of the fact that it requires that time
for the ocean growths to mature
although they are doing very well
as you observe. Another inquiry as
to how the water was replenished
in the tanks led us to learn that
the water was being continually
pumped into the tanks and upon
reaching. the. overflow at the upper
part ran out thus keeping the re-
quired quantity ensured and fresh
in the 26 tanks where swim fish
of every local species of every hue
and shad.. making an aquarium in
defying competition with any.
Having learned these facts we
start to make our inspection and
many are the interesting tales rela-
,tive to the home life of many of the
exhibits. Is it possible that all
these fish really live in our waters!
Here at No. 1 tank we see Angel fish
by name but devil by nature for he
is easily persuaded to fight and often
has "to be tried and dismissed be-
cause of his atrocities. With him
are snappers and red rock fish then
in No. 2 we see Box Crabs and Spring
Lobsters so seldom seen. We pass
on to No. 3 and watch the frolics
of the Barber fish, Jacks, and a
Locust lobster so different from his
cousin we saw just before. Then we
see in So.4 those inflated fish "The
Trunk", Hog, Cow and the defying
Porcupine. No. 5 is reserved solely
for the Trigger fish who is ever in
rapid motion; the Red Snappers
and well known Yellowtail dodge
around the rocks of No. 6. Some of
the spectators?-'ok in fear at'the sea
scavenger Glyundl Shark as he
Turns on his side and shews those
formidable rows of teeth although
safe behind the glass of No. 7 with |
his big mouthed friendaRock fish.
The, children are no\w in glee when
they see their easily captured
friends at No. 8 the Margate and
Black tail Grunts for all grunts are
alike to them, even the Blue Striped
Grunt in No. 9. What a contrast
in, colours presents itself wheq we
see in No. 10 the Angel fish in com-
panionship with the Snakish fiends,
the Green Moray and the Speckled
Moiay, who apparently harmless,
lays his creepy body against the
Glass in safety in spite of his malici-
Many had heard of the Shark's
friend and guide but had never
seen a shark's sucker, a Croaker
with his peculiar noises, and a
sailor's choice, until they looked
into No. 12. 14he Bream, although
common, furnish a pretty setting
I with their silvery sides and detec-
tive black spots on his tail, require
all the space No. 13 could give them.
A shudder of fear atnd then a smi!e
of approbation for the fish we next
see in No. 14, an octopus which
fascinates the observer. What a
sigt to see the pre'-ty much talked
of a sea-horse grazing on the grass
on the bottom as contented as his
Sna:mesake on land; and his friend
the Cave dweller seeking some hole
Where he could hide himself in
I'No. 15, his abode. The easily
caught fish in No. 16, the Red Hind
and Grouper lazily watching and
waiting were not at all alarmed by i
the presence of their foes.
In tank No. 17 we see the clever
Surgeon fish and the Hog. Bermu-
da's choice eating fish the Porgy
and Coney Butter Fish may be
studied in No. 18. We thought
that more beautiful fish could not
be seen until we see the occupants
of 19 and 20 tanks containing Rain-
bow and green Parrot fish and Blue
Parrot fish With their ever changing
hues. The ferocious Barracuda
having a companion who fears him
not, the Green Turtle, is to be seen
captive in 21. In 22 the pretty Angel
fish have a room all to themselves
where they can shew themselves
to great advantage. Yet another
species of Snapper presents itself
in the family known as the Glass-
eye Snapper. The Spanish Hog,
and Pudding Wife and also to be
seen, as ,are 'the little four-eyed
Dentist fish and the Slippery Dick
and the fiery red Squirrel. It is
with many regrets we come to our
last interesting study at no 26
tank where we see Crevall' and
Sergeant Majors sporting about,
and we thank Mr. Kowbray for his
kindly iinfcr.uation and for the
opportunity to have seen and learnt
so much of the piscaorial life in
St. James Choral Class and Guild
On Thursday the St. James'
Guild held a imcecting which was
well attended and at that meeting
elected their officers for the ensuing
Mr. -H. S. Herbert, President; Mr.
DaVid ,Harris, Vice-President: Mrs.
J. Swan, Treasurer; Misses E. Bu.ns
and D. Douglas, Stewards; MissL.
Oiler Serbol sailed on
F. Powell, Manager
Draw took place
Tuesday, August 6th, 1929
Winners are as follows:-lst Prize,
'No. A99, J. Chamberlain; 2nd Prize,
No. 191, Fred Davis; 3rd Prize, No.
93, Mrs. Reuben Outerbridge.
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But did you know that Jell-O
is one of the easiest of all
foods to digest! especially
important in a dessert.
You'll find Jell-O at your
grocer's in five pure > fruit
flavors. Avoid imitations-be
sure to got genuine Jell-O.
The sealed package keeps it
fresh and full-flavoured. Send
for free recipe booklet to-day.
J. S. VALLIS
Leondon Opinion: A suit of armor
was recently sold for 5,000. We
understand that it was purchased
by a wealthy and obstinate man
who refuses to buy a car and perfers
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Come in and hear the latest world's wonder
rotary Club, Luncheon,
Hamilton Hotel 12.30 p.m.
Orthophonic Concert i
Par-la-Ville 4.15-5.45 p.m.
Belmoi-t Manor Water Carnival,
Moving Pict ures:
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"Love of Carmen" 8.30 p.m.
"Broadway Babies" 8.30 p.m.
Lighting Up Time 7.16 p.m.
(Continued from Page 1)
million in. exp,-ts. Details con-
cerning exports show especially
results of steady improvement in
Britain's heavy industries.
ZEPP CLEARED FOR SAILING
Friedrichshafen, Aug. 12.- Dr.
Hugo Eckeher. Commanlder of the
Graf Zeppelin, this afternoon
ordered the dirigible "'cleared for
sailing" on the Tokio stage of her
flight around the world at 3.00 a.m.
Wednesday c9 p.m. Eastern Stand-
He f-driitted the departure of the
big airliner might be delayed by
unfavorable weather until the
same hour Thursday morning.
Everything is in prefect' order for
the entire flight around the world
so far as necessary permits, visas
and other governmental require-
ments are concerned. Dr. Eckemer
TENTH ANNIVERSARY OF GER-
Berlin. Aug. 12.--Germany yes-
terday celebrated the tenth an-
niversary of constitution day of the
German Republic widfi formal cere-
monies in the hall 'of the Reich-
stag and more spontaneous cele-
SOUTH POLE EXPEDITION
Cardiff. Wales, Aug. 12.-The
ship "Discovery" left here Saturday
on the first stage of her voyage of
exploration to the South Polar re-
gions. She will call at CapeTown,
where Sir Douglas Mawson will take
command of the expedition. -
328 ENTRIES FOR MARATHON
Tor6nto, Ont., Aug 12.--The
total of eager aspirants seeking a
world title and a comfortable for-
tune at the forthcoming Wrigley
marathon $50,000 swim at the Can-
adian National Exhibition, August
23rd and 28th, has reached 328, of
whom more than 200 are from the
United States. "The remainder re-
l)resents 22 other nationalities.
TERRIFIC STORM- SWEEPS
Santiago, Chile, Aug. 12.-A ter-
rific storm that raged all Saturday
did damage almost the full length
of the Chilean coast and in the
Mountains to the east, took the form
' of a blizzard.
The breakwaters at Antofagasta
Were destroyed and damage was.
done at Valparaiso, Miramar and
Talchuano. All train service and
air service between Chile and Ar-
gentine was suspended. Passen-
gers on one trans-Andean train
were snowbound in a tunenl. They
were believed to be well provisioned,
but efforts were being made to open
the road to the train.
MISSING AVIATORS REPORTED
Paris, Aug. 12.-A Havas agency
despatchl from Lisbon says the three
Swiss aviators who left Le Bourget'
Field last Thursday on' the first
lef of a flight to New York, arrived
at Lisbon early Saturday afternoon.
DEATH OF SIR EDWARD KEMP
Bobcaygeon, Ont., Aug. 12.-Sir
Edward Kenip, member of the
Senate and Minister of Militia and
Defence during the world war, died
here today. He was 71 years of age.
HIS BROKEN HEART TEMPERED
"Germany paid the Allies a
billion and a half marks in repara-
tions last year," said Representative
Homer Hoch, of Kansas. "That's
a lot of money, it's money that
Germany can ill spare, but the only
sympathy that goes out to her in
L her hard luck is like the feedman's.
"A feed man went to a neigh-
bour's home one morning, knocked,
'Is Jake in?'
'Goodness, no!' said Mrs. Jake.
S'Haven't, you heard? Poor Jake
passed out this morning at half
I past three.' i
'Well, well, well! That sure is
bad news. Why, I didn't even
know old Jake was sick.'
'it was very sudden. Very
su *sudden, indeed.'
'Dear me! I can hardly bear it.
I'm heartbroken, to tell you the
truth. By the way, did Jake say
anything about the grass hook he
borrowed from me, before he
died?' "-Detroit Free Press.
The Editor Speaks
When Walter H. Page was editing
the Atlantic Monthly, a woman
contributor sent him a story.
She believed editors usually re-,
jected the MSS of unknown authors
without reading them, an there-
fore set a trap for Page by pasting
* together certain sheets.
The MSS was returned with these
sheets undisturbed. The angry
woman wrote to Page, explaining
how she had caught him, and de-
nouncing the whole editorial tribe
"'Dear Madam," Page immed-
iately wrote back in reply. "When
I break an egg at breakfast, I do
not have to eat the whole of it
to find out that it is bad."-C licago
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